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Cancer Doctors Okays Controversial Prostate Therapy

...at data on brachytherapy for prostate cancer still needed to mature before doctors were willing to consider it in the guidelines....

Spirulina may be the next immune boost on the block

...l studies with individuals consuming spirulina are needed to determine whether these dramatic effects extend beyond the laboratory." With such wonderful properties it is just a matter of time before it becomes the most sought after drug in our pharmacies. Are people queuing up already?...

Dietary phytonutrients – Secret for the good food to taste ba

...small amount of phenol, flavanoids,isoflavones are needed to stay healthy. But the food manufacturers remove phytonutrients by debittering process, as the humans have the tendency to avoid bitter food as spoiled or poisonous in nature. The solution to overcome the bitterness is to follow Mediterranean cui...

Doctors needed urgently in Gujarat

...e crammed with patients and doctors aredesperately needed in most of the quake affected towns. As India rallies round to help the victims, localauthorities are quick to point out that help is literally pouring in. Medindia.net spoke to Dr. Ashok G Patel , at Ahmedabad Medical Association for thelatest...

Biotechnology industry expected to grow into a three billion dollar industry by 2002

...y 17% into 40 billion by 2005 and added that India needed to invest resources in academic and industrial biotech sectors both in research and development as well as infrastructure to harness its potential. The report projected a pyramidal structure for the sector with a few top biotech (Pharma-biotech) com...

New dimension in the treatment of female sexual dysfunction

...oldstein and colleagues note that more research is needed to determine whether women with sexual dysfunction should receive this treatment....

Test-tube babies show no emotional problems

...olombok, told a fertility conference. "My parents needed help and I'm grateful they got it, otherwise I wouldn't be here," said Susannah Hedgley who lives near Belfast. Courtesy : The New Indian Express, July 5, 2001...

Folate and famiy planning

...an reduce this ill effect says, Judith. Folate is needed for healthy cell growth and development of men, women and children and folate is recommended in their daily diet. However it is also very important for women before and during the early stage of pregnancy to take folate as it is necessary for the h...

Watch your weight when pregnant

...esearchers also found that the number of women who needed a C-section increased as BMI of a person increased. Among women with a BMI of 20 or less ( which indicates a low amount of body fat),had a normal delivery. Whereas if BMI ranged from 21-30 ( which indicates a range of body fat from healthy to a fatt...

Pregnancy Blues

... week's British Medical Journal. More attention is needed to the condition, they argue, because it may involve physiological effects on the foetus. There are some concerns about the use of antidepressant medications during pregnancy, but Evans and colleagues say the benefits may outweigh the risks for wome...

Dark skin protects

...s made from the amino acid tyrosine, which is also needed to build proteins. In prehistoric days when food was scarce in cold, dry areas, tyrosine was probably conserved to make essential proteins, Mackintosh says. It was only worthwhile converting it into extra melanin in the warm, damp tropics where food ...

Reversing heart failure

...ally reversing the heart failure. More studies are needed - but this discovery raises the intriguing possibility that the LVAD can actually be a cure for heart failure than a support device....

Flaxseed fights cancer risk

...ncer, the researchers caution. Further studies are needed to work out how the supplement lowers oestrogen and also to see if there is a link between flaxseed and cancer itself. Besides lignans, the fibre and omega-3 fatty acids in flaxseed could also be protective....

Low testosterone levels lead to eating disorders

... The researchers pointed out that men with low BMD needed to be warned about exercise limitations to prevent fractures. They added: "On the other hand, moderate weight-bearing exercise without high impact aids in bone accretion, in addition to calcium and vitamin D intake."...

A rare complication of bowel disease

...be even ulcerated. The first person in this study needed steroids while the other needed an emergency tracheotomy - insertion of a tube in the throat to bypass the obstructed segment of the...

Gel prevents pregnancy

...d an ultrasound done to see how much of the gel is needed to stop ovulation occurring."The gel is packed in little sachets so they have the right amount for a single dose and just have to squeeze it out and rub it in" Dr Weisberg says. So far, women using the gel report only minor side effects such as an i...

UV Radiation induces Melanoma

...in the young mice. In adults, 30 times more UV was needed to achieve the same effect. Glenn Merlino, chief molecular geneticist at the institute, said that although the experiment had been confined to mice, the sun's dangerous rays could have the same impact on human skin. He said: "The big lesson, and cert...

Renal problem alleviated

...nd Alzheimer’s disease. “However, more studies are needed to determine if this could be useful in humans,” he said. The researchers are hopeful that antioxidants might be used in the future to treat, or even to prevent, cognitive dysfunction. An estimated 100,000 people in the UK suffer from some form of k...

FDA's control is inherently weak

...atic rise in overseas drug testing and reforms are needed to protect both foreign patients taking experimental medicines and Americans who buy products based on their results. The number of pharmaceutical researchers working outside the United States who voluntarily report their experiments to the FDA incr...

Helping the neurology of kidney failure

...his damage can be prevented. Further research is needed to see whether the antioxidant treatment is applicable to humans. There's also the possibility that this kind of oxidative stress might also play a role in brain disorders like Alzheimer's disease and Huntington's disease, as well as brain injury....

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